LOWE READY TO TURN IT ON FOR HOME CROWD AT ORAN PARK WPS Racing's Brad Lowe looks forward to racing with two strong arms at Round 5 of the WPS Aussie Racing Car Series at Sydney's Oran Park Raceway this weekend. Lowe broke his collarbone in ...
LOWE READY TO TURN IT ON FOR HOME CROWD AT ORAN PARK
WPS Racing's Brad Lowe looks forward to racing with two strong arms at Round 5 of the WPS Aussie Racing Car Series at Sydney's Oran Park Raceway this weekend.
Lowe broke his collarbone in three places in a motor scooter accident and had to push through the pain barrier at Queensland Raceway two weeks ago - remarkably he still finished seventh.
Oran Park is home to Lowe who resides in Western Sydney and he is keen for a strong performance in front of his home crowd.
"I am now acquainted with the WPS Aussie Racing Car and ready to break through for my maiden victory. I had the set-back of the broken collarbone at Queensland and now feel it has healed enough not to impact my performance at Oran Park," Lowe said.
After an impressive one-off drive in Round 2, Lowe was quickly snapped up by the WPS Racing Team to head their attack on the 2005 series and made a huge impact by placing second in his first meeting with the team.
Although not in outright contention, due to his late start in the series, Lowe is one driver that will have a major part in shaping its outcome.
"The series may be out of reach but there are still plenty of individual races and rounds up for grabs, that is what I am aiming at," he said.
Practice and Qualifying is on Friday, Race 1 & 2 are on Saturday, while Race 3 & 4 are on Sunday.